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Crepusculo[Eg0_027] Man dies, only genetics never die (2010)

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After a first net release on Silent Season, Crepuscolo (a one-person project based in Mongolia) offered his second opus to Eg0cide productions. There is no disappointment with this new album of deep organic ambient blended with cold, surgical, electronics.
"Man dies, only genetics never die" consists of 3 tracks based on enigmatic shifting drones, whose hypnotic qualities are sometimes enhanced by a discreet, muffled - almost subliminal- beat. The overall sound is highly abstract and experimental, without any predicatble structure, but with a great sense of dramatic tension. The only minus we could found in this album is its short lenghth : we are waiting for more!

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Artist/Composer: Crepusculo
Date: 2010
Keywords: dark ambient; drone; minimal

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Only genetics 26.2 MB
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Reviewer: mystified - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - October 25, 2010
Subject: Nice
Very cool, very dark, abstract atmospheric music.